Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p344

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David; Mercy, 1672; Ann; and Mehitable, wh. d. 19 Apr. 1679. He
was adm. freem. 1660, and d. 23 June 1679, aged 41[1]. His wid. m. 9
ar. 1681, Thomas Drake. RICHARD, Watertown 1638,of Scratby, a.
six ms. from Yarmouth, Co. Norfk. there emb. in 1637, on the Rose, or
the John and Dorothy, the two sail. in comp. he then aged 60, with w.
Grace, 40, tw. ds. Elizabeth and Susanna, 18, and three serv. Isaac Hart, 22;
Thomas Flegg, 21; and Marable Underwood, 20. He d. early, his will
of 9 Sept. 1641, being pro. 30 Oct. 1643, and nothing is kn. of his fam.
exc. that w. and ds. are provid. for, as is seen in the abstr. of Geneal.
Reg. II. 262. ROBERT, Marshfield, had gr. of 1638, yet, tho. he
sev. times request. the privilege, he was not adm. freem. bef. 1644, had
John, bef. ment. and William, perhaps took small est. in Boston 1668,
and d. Apr. 1680, aged 85. WILLIAM, Marshfield, s. of the preced.[2] m.
18 Jan. 1682, Elizabeth eldest d. of deac. John Foster of the same.

CALEB, Huntington, L. I. was rec. as freem. of Conn. 1664. DAVID,
Salem 1649, or rather 1644, if Mr. Felt's refer. in Ann. 1. 168 and 175
mean one person, whose w. Grace unit. with the ch. 1643. Perhaps he
is the same, wh. m. at Boston, 22 Sept. 1660, wid. Frances Oldham, but
with her former h. it is diffic. to make any acquaint. DICKORY, Boston,
shipmaster, d. 6 Sept. 1653, perhaps only trans. and may be the same as
two yrs. bef. was here in big sh. ment. by Roger Williams in letters, 3
Mass. Hist. Coll. IX. 252 and 3, and by Davenport in the very mo.
preced. the coming in last voyage, Ib. 295. JOSHUA, Boston, mariner,
m. 6 Aug. 1657, Elizabeth d. of John Farnum, had Elizabeth b. 6 June 1659. His
wid. m. 1663, Edmund Mumford. PHILIP, New London 1650, sold, in
1651, his new-built ho. and rem.

    CARY, DAVID, Bristol, s. prob. of John the first, had w. and d. there
1689. FRANCIS, Roxbury, d. 3 Sept. 1672, aged 71, says gr.stone,
in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 52, but I entertain strong suspicion of error.
JAMES, Charlestown 1639, came, as tradit. says, from Bristol,
by w. Elinor had John, b. 29 July 1642; James, 7 Mar. 1644, d. soon;
Nathaniel, 7 Mar. 1645; Jonathan, 15 Jan. 1647; Elizabeth 23 Sept. 1648;
he never was freem. but d. 2 Nov. 1681, aged 81, as gr.stone tells.
JOHN, Bridgewater, said to have come from neighb. of Bristol,
Eng. at the age of 25, and set down first, 1637, at Duxbury,
then hav. gr. of ld. m. June 1644, Eliz. d. of Francis Godfrey,
had John, b. 1645; Francis, 1647; Eliz. 1649; and, at Braintree, James,
1652; at Bridgewater, Mary, 1654; Jonathan, 1656; David, 1658; Hannah,
1661; Joseph, 1663; Rebecca, 1665; Sarah, 1667; and Mehitable,
1670. He was the first town clk. and early his name was writ.
Carew; but as the Eng. pronounce that name Cary, spell. soon foll.
sound. Of his d. 2 Nov. 1681 is the date in report, against wh. suspicion
of course aris. that for this the identity of James and John has
been confound. Eliz. m. William Brett the sec. and Rebecca m. 1685,
Samuel Allen the third. JOHN, Bridgewater, s. of the preced. m. 1670,